What is Vitamin D?
Also known as the “sunshine vitamin,” Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin synthesized in the skin in response to exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun. It can also be acquired from various dairy products and other fortified foods as listed below.
Top Food Sources of Vitamin D
Whole Milk: 16 oz glass (32% DV)
Soy Milk: 16 oz glass (29% DV)
Almond Milk: 16 oz glass (26% DV)
Rice Milk: 16 oz glass (24% DV)
Coconut Milk: 16 oz glass (24% DV)
Fortified Orange Juice: 1 cup (12% DV)
Whole Eggs: 1 egg (6% DV)
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is a natural form of vitamin D that is substantially more effective than vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol), which comes from food sources. This fat-soluble vitamin has properties of both a vitamin and hormone, and is required in calcium absorption and utilization.** Research has shown that low vitamin D levels are quite common and that most Americans are deficient in vitamin D. Taking a daily supplement from a trusted source is the best way to receive additional vitamin D.
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